Megan Moroney has confirmed she'll be heading across The Pond to perform in the UK for the first time.
The ‘Tennessee Orange’ hitmaker has a handful of dates lined up for August and September, with Moroney due to serenade her burgeoning overseas fanbase in Manchester, Glasgow, London and Bristol across August and September.
The run of shows has been timed around Moroney's appearance at The Long Road Festival on August 27, where she'll be joined by the likes of Jon Pardi, Margo Price, Sierra Ferrell and more.
UK listeners will be excited to see Megan Moroney performing highlights from her brand new album, Lucky, with the likes of ‘Why Johnny’, ‘Traitor Joe’, ‘Mustang Or Me’ and ‘Sleep On My Side’ already emerging as fan-favourites.
The country prodigy dropped the new project on May 5, following a string of high-profile singles, kicked off by her Platinum-certified 2022 anthem, ‘Tennessee Orange’, which recently leapt into the Top Ten of the Billboard Country Airplay chart, and seems on-track to become Moroney's first ever Country Radio No. 1.
So far in 2023, ‘Tennessee Orange’ has unsurprisingly retained its place as the grand finale of Megan Moroney's performances, with the up-and-coming artist currently out on the road supporting 90's country icons, Brooks & Dunn.
Later in the year, after she's made her debut trip to the UK, Megan Moroney will be embarking on her headlining US Lucky tour, which begins on September 20 in New York.
For the full list of Megan Moroney's 2023 UK tour dates, see below:
26 - The Deaf Institute - Manchester, UK
27 - The Long Road Festival - Lutterworth, UK
30 - Oran Mor - Glasgow, UK
31 - Colours - London, UK
1 - Thekla - Bristol, UK
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